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   "The anatomic design of New Grips is aimed at increasing comfort and improving performance. Bottom line - wearing new grips makes the workout easier, more enjoyable, and, as a result, more effective."
— Cecily Wang, MD
Department of Surgery
Union Memorial Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland


Chiroprator Recommended:
   "New Grips offer patients a way to return to lifting weights while protecting and supporting the median nerve. This is a breakthrough."
— Minga Guerrero, Chiropractor
Portland, Oregon


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Wrist Straps
can be purchased separately and worn for Work, Tennis, Sports, Aerobics, Weight Lifting, etc. to help relieve golfers elbow.


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Relief for
Golfer Elbow Pain
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"Golfer's elbow - also known as medial epicondylitis - is pain and inflammation on the inner side of the elbow, where the tendons of the forearm muscles attach to the bony bump on the inside of the elbow (medial epicondyle). The pain may spread into your forearm and wrist. Golfer's elbow is similar to tennis elbow. But it occurs on the inside - rather than the outside - of the elbow."- Mayo Clinic



The nerve bundles and tendons in your hands connect directly to your elbows.

When those nerves and tendons get over used from being 'crushed' by weight bars and poorly padded equipment handles, they send out pain signals strong enough to stop you in your tracks.

Therefore putting a protective, padded, barrier between those nerves and their direct impact with weight bar pressure will assists the healing of golfers elbow pain.

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< Tough neoprene padding.
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"I have golfers elbow pain. I could not do any form of press curl or row without my elbows killing me. My wife who is an Occupational Therapist, was pretty skeptical but after using Grips for three days I can do everything I want... pain free. New Grips are such a simple solution to a problem lots of us have. I am thrilled."
-Richard Boothroyd, Ohio
A SENSIBLE EXPLANATION for GOLFER'S ELBOW...

"I was experiencing elbow pains a few weeks after starting a weight training regime.

After sending for New Grips, mainly as a way to mitigate the callousing of my hands, I got a bonus...the elbow pain subsided in less than a week!

While under the care of a neuro surgeon for a pinched nerve, the doctor explained how it wasn't the weight that aggravated my elbows but the roughness and textures of the bars!!!
Many people who experience sore hands or wrists will find enormous relief just from the realization that it is the nerve bundles in our fingers and hands that transmit inflammation which is often treated as signs of arthritic hands, wrist strain, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis or "tennis elbow." This not only applies to wightlifting but ANY repetitive task that potentially can irritate the nerve interface in our hands."
—Prof. Philip Daughtry, Santa Monica College
When you think about it.. that is THE truth.

The median nerve runs from your neck down your bicep, around your elbow, down your forearm and through your carpal tunnel (wrist).. at which point it branches out like a tree sending down roots.

These roots end as sensitive nerve bundles in your fingers.

This explains why so many computer users and grocery clerks get so called 'carpal tunnel syndrome'.

What really happens is that those nerve endings get damaged from over use and become enflammed.

If the fingers are not allowed to recuperate, and cool down, the inflammation will affect the median nerve at its weakest point... wrist, forearm, elbow, bicep.

At this point it can be diagnosed as wrist tendinitis, arthritis, tennis elbow or carpal tunnel syndrome.

This is why it is vital to have adequate hand protection when lifting weights.

NewGrips have a 5mm (7/32") of padded to cushion your hands and finger.

When cushioned the nerve endings in your fingers and the nerves and tendons in your hands and wrists get an actual rest and a chance to heal.

NewGrip wrist support straps add comfortable compression to your wrists which brings additional blood flow to the area which helps the inflammation dissipate.
"I'm a physical therapist and, I must tell you, in my +35 years of lifting weights I have seen no product better than yours. Again, thanks!"
- Perry McGinnis, PT, Indiana
RELIEF from TENNIS ELBOW:

The FORMULA?
In doing any exercises or work, DO NOT allow the elbow to fall or bend lower than a 45 degree angle from your body.

If that is not clear let me explain it this way.

When you lift a weight, be it off of a weight rack, or the floor, the first thing one normally does is hold it out in front of their body, about waist high, elbows bent 90 degrees and parallel to the ground.

From this position when you let the bar down your hands and arms point to the ground. This is a 180 degree angle. When you curl upward and the bar reaches your chest, this is 0 degrees.

Keep the bar in the 0 to 45 degree range for all movements including bench work.

-The KEY is to ISOLATE your elbows out of the exercise-

Hold the bar longer and move it less.

This will decrease the stress on your joints and tendons.

-ISOLATE your elbows out of the exercise-

MORE TIPS:

1. do not lock your elbows.. do not move them any more than necessary when lifting.

2. get closer to the object you are lifting and lift it with your legs, arms and shoulders...try not to use your elbows. Isolate them out of the exercise.

3. if you have not already done this, go to a drug store and purchase the most expensive arthritis rub on you can afford. Apply morning, noon and night to the elbow.

4. ice the elbow OFTEN.

5. drink LOTS of water for at least the next month... 82.px0 glasses per day. Your tendons are inflamed and your body needs hydration to help cool them down.

6. see the anti-inflammatory diet

7. Always use your NewGrips with wrist support to grip, lift and hold weight bars because they protect and support tendons, nerves and joints.

I hope these tips help you heal quickly.

PROMISE / GUARANTEE

"If after using NewGrips for 90 days you are not impressed with their ability to bring relief to your tennis elbow just return them for a full refund."
-Alan Trombetta,
Owner and Product Developer

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    Case Studies
    "I am reordering the NewGrips because they worked so well for me. I have had the unfortunate experience of an ongoing battle with elbow tendonitis. I had almost given up on being able to do any weight training at all. Every time I attempted to lift even the lightest of hand weights, the tendonitis would come back. I found your website and ordered the NewGrip as my last resort. Well, I have been weight training, using my NewGrips and no more pain! I can't tell you how happy I am to be able to strength train again, thanks to NewGrip. "
    -Sara Tourek, Hawaii



    "I like the fact that since using NeGrips I do not have to squeeze my hands so hard to keep the barbell or dumbbells in place, which hashelped relieve the pain in my wrist and tennis elbow ."
    — Barron Brillo, Illinois



    "I have to admit I was very skeptical. I lift weights an was battling a worsening case of tennis elbow But I have to admit Grips helped a great deal. Your NEWGRIPS and a recent steroid injection (in the tendon) have made a BIG difference. Thank you very much, I'm almost back to my old self. You have a great product."
    —Kevin Pippen kwpippin@hotmail.com



    "I have tennis (golfers) elbow. I could not do any form of press curl or row without my elbows killing me. My wife who is an Occupational Therapist, was pretty skeptical but after using Grips for three days I can do everything I want to pain free. New Grips are such a simple solution to a problem lots of us have. I am thrilled."
    -Richard Boothroyd, Ohio



    "It was scary at first following your advice not to over squeeze the weight bar. I was used to squeezing the bar to death. But once I started to relax it I discovered that strong grip is automatically there... even though my grip was loose. NewGrips have a lot of holding power. So, with this new relaxed grip I was able to add 5 to 10 pounds to most loads. This is amazing. Also, I originally ordered because my elbows were hurting. But, your wrist straps stabilized my wrists and keep them in a straighter line. Now when I do heavy bench work or dummbbell rows,,,, my wrists and elbows are pain free."
    - Vinnie Siros, Connecticut
    IMPORTANT STUDY FOR GOLFERS
    Studies done with bodybuilders and golfer's demonstrate that increases in strength (even some full range strength), muscle size and athletic performance can all be achieved with very heavy exercises using zero range of motion.

    That's right, a static hold in the strongest range of motion can trigger substantial muscle adaptation and improved, sport-specific performance. Golfer's using this method increased their overall strength as measured in 12 muscle groups by an average of 84% and added up to 30 yards to their drives. (A movement that truly uses a full range of motion.) They did this in an average of 6.6 very brief workouts spread over several weeks.

    SOURCE: www.PrecisionTraining.com